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, like dropping all aid to israel and pretty much zeroing out defense spending and all sorts of things. it seems like they don't even know about him. but unless rand paul becomes the nominee, what would lead to any real policy changes in the next presidential republican candidacy? >> robert is right. policy changes aren't going to be driven by the republican national committee, they're driven by the candidates for president next round. certainly if you look at one of the recommendations was we had too many debates and the primary season was too long. i come from the school there's no such thing as a bad question, only bad answers. we had a lot of bad answers on a debate stage that on any given night resembled a reality show. that's what part of the problem is. one of the things as a republican that gives you hope, you look at some of the people to solve the leadership deficit, chris christie, marco rubio, we have a cast of characters for the 2016 race that's different than the cast of characters in the 2012 race, so i think there's a little silver lining in that for republicans. >> let
, revolutionary missile defense programs, and unprecedented security and intelligence cooperation. >> joining me now, pj crowley, former u.s. assistant secretary of state for public affairs, and richard wolf, executive editor of msnbc.com. pj, i was sitting on the morning joe set when joe klein went off like that on bb netanyahu. i was kind of sitting there waiting for this day today because i then believe that president obama was going to get reelected, never thought he lost that advantage, and i knew this day was coming whether the president would get off a plane in israel or netanyahu would come here and they would have to shake hands for the first time after the election. how awkward was this for bb netanyahu today? >> i mean, it is not unprecedented, and the two leaders are doing what they need to do. >> yes, they are, now they are. >> they're going to be with each other for as long as the israeli coalition lasts, which may be a year or two, and of course, for the four years of the obama term. so they're making the most of the relationship. but underneath that, there is unprecedented cooper
is a common pastime of republican politicians who attacked this president's choice for secretary of defense as somehow being an enemy of israel. it is a common past time for fox news commentators and other right wing pundits. they would have shouted down this president for saying what he was about to say, and they would have claimed that their shouting was all in defense and support of the people of israel. the president chose today to speak directly to the people of israel, including that heckler, about the hopes and dreams and, yes, the rights and fair expectations of the palestinian people. and not only did he not get booed for that, he was cheered for speaking to the israeli people about the palestinian people. the strongest cheers he got in his speech today surely much to the discomfort of benjamin netanyahu, were all for his vision of the future for israelis and for the palestinian people. >> given the demographics west of the jordan river, the only way for israel to endure and thrive as a jewish and democratic state is through the realization of an independent and viable palestine. t
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